nike air max product info free | The Cut Up: See the Two Carbon Plates Inside the Hoka Tecton X

Hoka’s newest trail shoe has two carbon-fiber plates in the midsole, so we cut it open to show you how they work.

The Hoka Tecton X is an exciting new shoe that contains two carbon-fiber plates. We wanted to see the construction of the plates because World Athletics regulations require that any parts of a “rigid structure” must be in one plane—they can’t be stacked. In addition to cutting the shoe open, our wear-test team is putting in mileage to see how it performs on the trail. Two of our testers took the Tecton X straight out of the box and ran 50Ks. We’ll have a detailed review soon.


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